The highly anticipated sequel to New York Times bestseller, Everless! Jules Ember was raised hearing legends of the ancient magic of the wicked Alchemist and the good Sorceress. But she has just learned the truth: not only are the stories true, but she herself is the Alchemist, and Caroa woman who single-handedly murdered the Queen and Juless first love, Roan, in cold bloodi...
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That cover just pushed me down those stairs. Even though the release date is weird.
I received this ARC in exchange for a fair and honest review.
Warning: Spoilers for Everless below.
Picking up exactly where Everless ended, we follow Jules on her escape from the Sorceress since her secret has been revealed that she is the Alchemist. Knowing who she is and that she's lived so many past lives, eleven to be exact, Jules is at quite a disadvantage of not being able to access her memories and abilities, meanwhile her arch enemy Caro has had multiple life times to hone her skills a ...more
3.75 / 5
What an ending! I must say, I did not see that coming. And while I do enjoy being stumped and surprised with how authors end their story, I must say that I was a little confused amidst all my surprise. Still. This was a wonderful addition to Everless and I’m actually kind of upset that it’s over!
Just like in book one, I enjoyed Jules’s perspective as she continued her journey with the realization that she's the Alchemist (this isn’t a spoiler — it's revealed in book one!) from the stor ...more
“The only way to kill pure evil is with pure love”
THIS COVER!!! Can we just stare at it for a minute...
I absolutely LOVED Everless. I could not wait to get my hands on this one! Evermore picks up right where Everless left off and we are thrown back into the world. For a few minutes, I got to enjoy why I loved Everless in the first place- but then it all takes a turn. Its like we went from world building in the first book, to character building in the second. We get back stories ...more
this series is the prime example of “shit dressed as gold”
maybe that isn’t a famous saying but i’ve created it for this book like dAmn someone get marie lu this cover artist asap
I don’t even know if I’m going to read this, since dark and evil Liam is ,,, soft and fluffy Liam now
So Past me, should of listened to future me, I don't know why I continued with the story, apparently it's because I'm a fool who just loved the cover that much. I didn't have expectations going in, Everless was an anticipated read for me and I was let down, and once again I found this even more disappointing that the previous.
I'm just going to start off by saying I did enjoy the first few chapters, they were action packed and intense, BUT at the same time things happened so quickly. We g ...more
No fucks were given while reading this book. Seriously, none.
Look, take a moment to remember every single YA fantasy trope you can, the trivial and boring ones and the ones that have been chewed up hundreds and hundreds and fucking hundreds of times and then spit out with changed names and a 'super-duper-unique' world (read - probably resembles the idealised version of medieval Europe). That's what I think we got in Evermore. As intriguing and well executed as the first book was, as f ...more
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first of all i’d like to say that this book was infinitely better than Everless, but it also wasn’t. i’m not gonna delve too deeply, because spoilers, however i still think there were a few issues with the world building and the general plot development, but at LEAST you can see Sara Holland physically trying ...more